There are approx. 1,000 international airports compatible with the activity of Kernelis Inc. Each of these airports should provide a high level of security and safety while still permitting a continuous flow of travelers, personnel and protection forces. An airport should also be financially controlled with a permanent focus on the economy of effort while optimizing the performance and the efficacy of its management system.

Protection of Airports (and other transportation terminals and/or stations) should combine a broad variety of items and modeling systems that are mainly found in the Software suite proposed by Kernelis. Hence, the consistency of the global solution is always perfect since all components of the suite can be operate in a seamless manner. The Risk Manager (airport, other…) does not have to care neither about the obsolescence nor about the relevance of the solution (since Software is validated); he just has to focus on maintaining the current implementation of his system.





Risk, Resilience & Reinforcement

Kernelis Resilience is by design perfectly adapted to control Risk and Resilience issues in the sector of aerial transportation and some of the major international airports have shown their interest for this technology. To demo the performance of the Software in this domain, Kernelis has developed a specific case study.

To achieve this transversal activity, the pieces of the technology and among them Kernelis Resilience fully comply with the requirements of general normative standards such as:


Examples of GENERAL references integrated

  • ISO 9001 (Quality Management)

  • ISO 22313 (Business Continuity)

  • ISO 26000 (Social Responsability)

  • ISO 31000 (Risk Management)

  • ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management)

  • ISO 50001 (Energy Management)

  • ISO 55000 (Asset Management)

  • ANSI / ASIS PAP.A (Physical Asset Protection)

  • ASIS SPC.1 (Security, Preparedness, and Continuity Management)

  • ASIS/SHRM WVPI.1 (Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention)

  • etc.

Examples of DOMAIN-SPECIFIC references integrated

  • Guidebook on Best Practices for Airport Cybersecurity

  • ICAO Guidelines

  • IATA Guidelines

  • TSA: Security Guidelines for General Aviation Airports

  • ACI; Airport Council International

  • FAA Guidelines

  • US Congressional Research Service _ Airport Passenger Screening

  • Regulation: 300/2008/EU establishing common rules in the field of civil aviation security

  • Regulation: 820/2008/EU laying down measures for the implementation of the common basic standards on aviation security

  • Regulation 272/2009/EU supplementing Regulation 300/2008/EU

  • etc.




Exposure Risk Assessment,

Thermal Balance Evaluation


Automated Scan-to-CAD



Explosion & Propagation


Kernelis Exchange, Meshing & Propagation should be used to combine their specificities to address risk issues to the infrastructures. Level of exposure to accidental or malicious events such as explosion and dispersive phenomena can thus be rationally assessed. They can also be used to enhance the quality of the installation such as the acoustic and thermal comfort and/or efficacy.

Kernelis Resilience



Integrated Computational Analysis of Documentation System

Practical Implementation for an Audit Leading